ARGENTINA will make an International debut, on March 27 and March 30 when the team takes on an Australian Police Rugby League Team (APRLT).
YOU can?t get any closer to the action than when you?re a referee.
THE Real Rabbitohs is pleased to announce its team to play the Sydney Roosters in the opening round of the 2005 Telstra Premiership this Saturday night, March 12, kicking off at 7:30pm at Aussie Stadium.
SYDNEY City Roosters coach Ricky Stuart has named his team to take on the South Sydney Rabbitohs at Aussie Stadium on Saturday evening.
Coach Stuarts team is;
JUST look at the Dragons, the Doggies, the Eels and the Bunnies. If the game isn't interesting, watching their armies sure is! For years Wests Tigers fans have stood in the shadow of their massive counterparts; sometimes being out chanted at home games. But all it took was the Sevens win in 2004 to spark to life the newest army in town:
THE Manly Sea Eagles have named the following teams for the opening of the 2005 premiership matches in the NRL and NSWRL.
COACH Stuart Raper has announced the team which will play the Panthers this Saturday night at Toyota Park. New recruits Hutch Maiava and Luke Covell are the only new faces in the team, while Adam Dykes makes a predictable return to his old five eighth position.
THERE is no bigger ask in Rugby League than playing the defending premiers on their home ground. And to add more spice to the encounter, the Dragons are hardly coming off the ideal preparation on or off the paddock. With that in mind, the Dragon Army needs to come out in force & support our boys on Friday night.
NEWCASTLE Knights coach Michael Hagan has named his side to take on the Melbourne Storm at Olympic Park in Melbourne on Sunday afternoon.
Knights fans will be happy to see their captain and rugby league legend, Andrew Johns return to the field after serious injury.
Coach Hagans team is;
STEVE Price will lead the Vodafone Warriors into battle when they open their 2005 NRL campaign against Manly at Ericsson Stadium on Sunday.
PENRITH Panthers coach John Lang has named a very strong lineup for Saturday nights clash against the Sharks at Toyota Park.
Coach Langs team is;
MELBOURNE Storm coach Craig Bellamy has named his squad to take on the Newcastle Knights at Olympic Park in Melbourne on Sunday afternoon.
Coach Bellamys team is;
1 Billy Slater
2 Matt Geyer
3 Steve Bell
4 Matt King
5 Jake Webster
6 Scott Hill
7 Matt Orford
8 Robbie Kearns
9 Cameron Smith
10 Alex Chan
11 David Kidwell
12 Ryan Hoffman
13 Dallas Johnson
14 Dennis Scott
15 Glen Turner
16 Cooper Cronk
17 Brett White
Coach Craig Bellamy
WESTS Tigers will open their 2005 campaign against the Parramatta Eels this Saturday 12th March at Telstra Stadium. Wests Tigers will
be looking to kick off the season with a strong start against the Eels.
MISSING forward Willie Mason (foot), utility Reni Maitua (ankle) and centre Ben Harris (shoulder), the Mitsubishi Electric Bulldogs will field a near full-strength team for their NRL opening round clash with the Dragons this Friday night at Telstra Stadium.
THE Melbourne Storm proved that they are genuine contenders for the 2004 Telstra Premiership with a convincing 36-18 victory over the Canberra Raiders today at Canberra Stadium.